Social Psychology and Evolutionary Psychology: Integration and Progress
Dates: 26thof March (arrival and welcome dinner) till 28thof March 2020 (final dinner with live music). This is a couple of days before the EHBEA conference in Krakow, Poland. There are many direct flights to Alicante, the airport closest to Jávea (Xàbia)
Organizing universities:University of Groningen, Arizona State University and University of Valencia
Number of participants: minimally 15, maximally 20
Vaughn Becker, Arizona State University, USA
Abraham P. Buunk, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Robin Dunbar, University of Oxford, UK
Douglas T. Kenrick, Arizona State University, USA
Karlijn Massar, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Ferran Suay i Lerma, University of Valencia, Spain
Local organizer: Abraham P. Buunk, email@example.com
Participants: A maximum of 20 people, with a balance will between junior and senior scholars, men and women, North Americans and Europeans, and evolutionary and social psychologists.
Location: Hotel Costamar, Jávea (Xàbia), Province of Alicante, Spain. http://hotelcostamarjavea.es/
This decent and clean hotel is located a few metres from the beach in the old port of Jávea (Xàbia). This city has a characteristic old town, with narrow streets and toscastone buildings, a spectacular coast line, and a relatively unspoiled, beautiful inland with canyons, mountains and quaint little villages.
Registration fee: € 150,-. This includes three dinners in various restaurants, drinks, a guided tour through the old town of Jávea (Xàbia), a social event with paella and live Cuban music.
Hotel rates: We can happily just benefit from the low season rates. For the workshop, one needs three nights. Rates per night: vary from € 35 for a single room to € 70.- for a double room with sea view and balcony.
Some participants may be booked in another hotel, a minute walking distance away.
Hotel rooms should be booked through Abraham Buunk.
The goal of this workshop is to promote the integration between social psychology and evolutionary psychology. These disciplines have many overlapping interests, including mate selection, person perception, altruism, aggression, sex differences, intergroup conflict, ostracism, and leadership. Each speaker will have 25 minutes for his or her presentation, with 10 minutes of discussion.
Abstracts of 100 words that fit the goals of the workshop can be submitted no later than December 1st 2019 to Abraham Buunk, firstname.lastname@example.org.
No later than January 15th, participants will be informed whether or not their paper is accepted, and will receive travel information.